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How many days did Booth and Herold stay in the thicket?



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Todd

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Todd

Answered Jun 08, 2020

4 days.

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M. Parker

M. Parker

M. Parker
M. Parker, Internet Researcher, Houston

Answered Feb 01, 2019

Booth and Herold spent 4 days in the pine thicket concealing themselves in the trees. They are waiting for the right moment for them to cross the Potomac River into their destination which is Virginia. Since they are hiding, they needed help from other people to survive.

Some members of the Confederate underground and Thomas A. Jones provided them with newspapers and food to keep them sane. While they were in the thickets hiding, Booth discovered that the assassination he did to Abraham Lincoln was a heinous crime. He killed Lincoln by shooting a bullet in Lincoln’s head where the President passed away the next morning.

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John Adney

John Adney

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John Adney

Answered Jun 13, 2017

4 days is how long they stayed in the thicket
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John Smith

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John Smith

Answered Nov 11, 2016

4 days
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